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Wellington gains wireless IoT network
Wellington’s goal of becoming a smart city is being bolstered by a new wireless network for the IoT - with plans for the network to go national.
"Win for digital generation" as political parties merge
"Our ambition has always been to get the voice of young New Zealanders – the digital generation – heard in Parliament."
Apple approves Dotcom’s Internet Party app
Cupertino signs off Kim Dotcom’s Internet Party app for iOS, allowing Kiwis to sign up for the political party.
Dotcom's Internet Party beckons for resigning Mega CEO...
"What I’m clear about is that I’m not going to put my hand up to be a candidate for the party. This is a career hiatus rather than a career shift."
NZ spies carry damaging disguise
By approving proposals to new government spy laws, are New Zealanders running the inherent risk of accepting an ideology that is abhorrently wrong? After all, legal does not mean right.
Telecom hosts Dotcom's Mega site
Internet mogul and telco agree a deal, with Mega CEO Vikram Kumar saying Gen-i will account for around 10% of the website's capacity.
Mega CEO: Should ISPs be privacy crusaders?
Vikram Kumar asks do New Zealanders care enough about their privacy to make it worthwhile for an ISP to be a privacy crusader?
The Spy who killed Kiwi Privacy
“Mass surveillance is morally indefensible. Stop US spy subsidiaries in New Zealand. Stop the GCSB bill. Demand Independent Inquiry of #GCSB.”
Mega IPO: Soon, you could own a piece of the Dotcom magic
Personal legal wrangles aside for now, Kim Dotcom's Mega looks set to list within 18 months.
Exclusive: Vikram Kumar on his Mega move
Former InternetNZ chief Vikram Kumar joined Kim Dotcom's Mega. He answers Techday's questions.